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Grammy award winning R&B quartet 112 released their  highly anticipated album “Q, Mike, Slim, Daron” today. The project is available on all digital music platforms, and everywhere music is sold physically. “Q, Mike, Slim, Daron” includes the singles “Dangerous Games”, which highlights the group’s soulful balladry, and “Both Of Us”, a collaboration with fellow Atlanta natives Jagged Edge. Singer Faith Evans also appears on the track “Wanna Be Interlude.” Overall, the album is reminiscent of the 112 fans have come to know and love. The veteran group is at the top of its game vocally. Additionally, 112 is set to perform at the 2017 Soul Train Awards, which will be filmed on November 5 at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, NV. The 2017 Soul Train Awards will air on BET and BET Her on November 26 at 8:00 pm. ET. Grammy award winning R&B legend Patti LaBelle has announced the release of “Patti LaBelle & Friends: Home For The Holidays”, due out on November 24th and is available for pre-order today. The 14 track album features songs from Vivian Green, Ruben Studdard, Tamela Mann and introducing Jamar Jones. “Patti LaBelle & Friends: Home For The Holidays” comes a decade after the 2007 album “Miss Patti’s Christmas.” The project includes such holiday favorites as “My Favorite Things” by Green, “Let It Snow” by Studdard, “Jesus King! by Mann as well as traditional and spiritual songs such as “Mary, Did You Know?”, “The Christmas Song” and “Ave Maria.” In addition to the new album, LaBelle is also promoting her first jazz album “Bel Hommage”, which was released back in May. The second season of her show “Patti LaBelle’s Place” will return to the Cooking Channel on November 26. Also, Patti’s Good Life Line, which is available at Walmart, will be introducing new items in time for the holidays. Following the release of the singles “Sky Walker” and “Shockandawe”, singer/songwriter Miguel revealed the political and social inspiration behind his forthcoming album, “War & Leisure”, during a recent interview with Los Angeles’ Power 106. Continuing to build excitement for the project, the crooner performed at the “Schools Not Prisons” event where he unveiled the song “Now.” On the acoustic driven track, he addresses President Donald Trump and  his administration’s treatment of immigrants and minorities. The concert was organized to raise awareness regarding the immigrant prison system and advocate for prisons to be replaced with community based solutions. It was held at Adelanto, California, which is home to the largest immigrant prison in the state. Paul Rosenberg, rapper Eminem’s manager, posted a photo on Instagram, holding up a physical copy of Yelawolf’s forthcoming album “Trial By Fire. Some Reddit users looked into the photo and noticed a huge ad for the drug Revival covering the side of a building, but there’s no drug named Revival out there and the add was apparently purchased by Interscope Records. Rumor has it that Revival will be the title of Eminem’s next album. We’ll have to wait and see what transpires.

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